More than fifty people died in the Battle of Hogwarts. There are many untold stories of loss, betrayal, heroism and sacrifice.
Here are some of those Tales of the Battle.
Lily and Snape's final blow up.
Harry and Ginny travel to Portugal for sea, sand, sun, and something else.
Can Harry avoid being torn apart by Harpies?
A typical day in the lives of Mr and Mrs H J Potter suddenly becomes far from typical when Harry makes a chance discovery.
Her friends are getting older, getting married, and having children. Lavender Brown doesn’t even have a boyfriend, not a proper boyfriend anyway. What she has are issues, and these days most of them are Moon-related.
In which William Arthur Weasley meets, and eventually loses, a beautiful girl. It is something that happens to all fathers.
The Secrets Revealed Mirror is missing. Taken, impossibly, from a locked and guarded room. There is no way a stranger could have entered the room! How was the crime committed? More importantly, whodunit? Were those blue beads on the floor before? What about those two mugs on the table? Why is Pansy Parkinson sitting on Blaise Zabini’s lap? Theodore Nott investigates.
Following the battle of Hogwarts Narcissa reflects on the choices she has made throughout her life.
When a call to Fred for help is a little odd, even by Weasley standards, does it bode well for Ginny's plans to disrupt the oppressive administration of the school before Christmas. Written in the style of and in tribute to a british dramatic farce.
Additional Warning: This story contains what is probably the worst ever chat up line in Fan Fic. The author accepts no responsibility for the consequences should any reader choose to use it in the real world.
Sexual content warning is simply because the story contains undescribed character nudity.
Story idea inspired by Patty
Hogsmeade visits are restricted to pupils in their third year, and above. And even then, only those students with a valid pass can leave the school. Somehow, second-year Dennis Creevey managed to get to Hogsmeade. Not even Harry Potter managed to achieve that!
Hermione is stuck in here third year of Hogwart's. How many times must she live this life?
Ten years after Tom Riddle, Brittan's Magical Community prepares for the anniversary.
The first school term after the War. New students arrive, the Sorting takes place, and one boy finds that Hogwarts isn't what he'd expected. (repost) Characters: OC, Harry, Pomfrey, Slughorn, Dennis C (implied)
Shortly after the tragic events in the Department of Mysteries, Harry still has problems coping with the death of Sirius and the injuries of his best friends.
In his "jail" at Privet Drive, it's only Hermione's letters that help him keep his sanity. Until, on a beautiful evening, he meets someone and his life turns upside down. Only, this someone is from another world...
With the Enterprise partially repaired, a distress call comes in from Sector 6-22 where the Federation's most closely guarded secret lies. Along with two uninvited guests from Hogwarts, Captain James T. Potter and crew find themselves facing yesterday's horrors in a fight to save their future, as well as that of the Federation.
Please read "Harry Potter & the New Marauders", if you haven't already. Otherwise, you'll really need the recap in Chapter 1! This is the continuation of Teddy Lupin's first year at Hogwarts, and we begin with that recap of Book 1. Please also see "The Minstrel Boy" and "The 12th Moon" for additional backstory that might help, as they do tie into this one. We begin with the boys going home for Christmas, and with one of them finding that it might not be so easy to go home after such a long time. Canon characters not in list: Fenrir Greyback, Colin Creevey.
Is it possible to live forever? More importantly, is it possible to try to live forever and not end up as a monster? As one person sets out to answer the first question, he encounters a woman who thinks that she knows the answer to the second. Are they both killers?
Ruenissa Starling has just graduated from American high school but now she and her family are moving to England, the homeland of her stepdad. She's always scared people into believing she could cast curses and bring back the dead. What happens when her lies become reality?
Hannah Abbott is a typical Hufflepuff, isn't she? She's loyal, safe, boring.
A view of the events of the Battle of Hogwarts from a participant (Not included in character list) with a unique perspective, but were their actions merely from duty or could they be something more?